Create a page to place the login form on. Create a new element and select the "Login form" below the tab "Form elements". (img. 2.3.1)
Go to the tab "Plugin" and then the tab "General" below that. To enable the users to retrieve their password through a link, check this box (1). To use this function, the user email must be connected to the personal data.
It is possible to enable a function for the web browser to remember account information for the user (2).
After login, you can set the page to show the log out button, unless you have the plugin set to redirect to another page (3).
It is very important to set the "User storage Page", which is the folder in the page tree that contains the users. Select it either by clicking the folder icon to access the page tree or type the folder title in the field Find records to search for it (4). (img. 2.3.2)
Continuing to the tab Redirects, you can set if you wish the users to be redirected to a certain page after login in. Define the redirect mode to be either according to User Records or Usergroup Records (1).
Check this box if using more than one redirect option (2).
If not using the redirect based on users or usergroups, you can set the redirect directly in the plugin (3).
You can also redirect to another page if login fails (4) or after the user login out (5). Select page, for these functions, either by clicking the folder icon to access the page tree or by searching in the field Find records.
Finally you can easily disable the redirect function by checking this box (6). (img. 2.3.3)
The plugin comes with default messages, but it is possible for you to add your own below the tab Messages. (img. 2.3.4)